Question about Intel Motherboard
Please enter into the BIOS settings and verify if under Integrated Peripherals the setting for Onboard H/W LAN is Enable. As additional step select SMART LAN and see if it will detect you cable lenght and Etehrnet speed. If Smart Lan do not detect anything or you have a bad onboard LAN or the cable, hub, router has a problem.
If SMART LAN will successfully report back some information it means that the issue must be with Windows 7. If it's the case i suggest to completely remove the network card, reboot and re-install the drivers.
Please let me know if you need additional help.
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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